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Ellsworth, IllinoisTwin Groves Wind Farm near Ellsworth, Illinois, May 29, 2019 - photo by David ProeberJun 03, 2020
Fire: Texas, March 8, 2020Fire, March 8, 2020, between Taft and Portland, TexasMar 11, 2020
Foundation slabThe steel and concrete base of the wind turbine is built on this foundation - photo by Uwe EichlerDec 29, 2019
Wind turbine baseSteel rebar ready for the concrete - photo by Uwe EichlerDec 29, 2019

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Oil leaked from nacelle to the base of tower - Palm Springs, California Oil has leaked from the generator and gears housing (nacelle) to the base of the tower - Palm Springs, California
Lowell, VermontKingdom Community Wind/Green Mountain Power (Gaz Metro) - Lowell, Vermont
Chatham-Kent, OntarioChatham-Kent, Ontario - photo by David Libby
Chatham-Kent, OntarioView from Rondeau Bay and Lake Erie - photo by David Libby
Seven Trees Road near Hallett, South AustraliaSeven Trees Road near Hallett, South Australia - Suzlon S-88 V3 2.1-MW turbines, 125 m tall - proposed to have around 200 turbines when the 5 stages are complete. Hallett 1-4 are currently operating, but have had significant noise issues. 16 turbines of the 34 turbines at Hallett 2 were turned off at night because of tonality issues, now supposedly fixed, but according to locals, as noisy as ever. Photos by Mary Morris, Eudunda.
Size comparisonThe 70 turbines proposed in Union and Magnolia townships would be 262 feet high from the ground to the hub, in addition to the three blades, making them 397 feet tall - Tony DiNicola, Janesville (Wisconsin) Gazette
Installing the blades at the Blue Grass Ridge wind farm in Gentry County, MissouriWorkers use a crane to install the blades of a 2.1 megawatt wind turbine at the Blue Grass Ridge wind farm in Gentry County, Missouri
Amish farm, Eagle, New YorkAmish farm, Eagle, New York

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